Have any of you experienced anything like this? I work out on a regular basis - running, swimming, stairmaster - but this is the first time it has happened to me. It hurts to move it outward, or put weight on it. And it's only my left leg. After sitting on her bed for 2 hours last night, I could barely walk. Of course I won't sit on it again, but what is happening to me? Help!
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Yes, I am right handed. Rest and pain meds are helping so far. I'll try swimming tomorrow.
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Currently rest, pain pills and ice are helping. If the pain continues after a few days, I'll definitely follow your suggestion.
When I sat facing to the right, the pain came from my left hip. When I sat facing to the left, my left groin hurt. The latter is worst of all.
Being I am not a Dr, physical therapist, or Chiropractor I can really only learn and comment from personal experience. I could speculate the focus may be the left side. As to why I cannot speculate.
I'm feeling MUCH better than I did Sunday. I saw my brother (who is a doctor) yesterday. He said sitting the way I did on my roommate's bed is a surefire way to throw out your back. So that was definitely the cause, and I'm lucky it wasn't worse.
I just saw a doctor, and he said 8t was irritated inflamed tendons. He told me to rest for a few days, and prescribed some anti inflammatory pain mess for me. I'll let you know how that goes.